First Impressions: Jessica Jones After the incredible success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and the wildly successful Netflix Original Daredevil, Jessica Jones was announced shortly after. Being a much bigger D.C. Comics fan than Marvel, I had no idea who this
Details on Daredevil Season 2 I'm confident that at this point we can all agree that Netflix's Daredevil was incredible. From likable characters, surprising twists, entertaining fight scenes and getting to see inside the mind of the antagonist are a few
The Fight To Save Constantine Yesterday we were glad to report various TV shows getting green lit for a second season, unfortunately not all of them were as lucky. NBC officially announced that they have cancelled Constantine after only one season. Even
Netflix does it again: Daredevil Review
It has been quite sometime since we last saw Daredevil in live action goodness. We haven't see the defender of Hell's Kitchen since February 14, 2003 with good ol Ben Affleck taking on the role. It seemed to be another Batman and Robin situation where at the wee age of 13, both films were super rad because we had little else to compare them to. Then as we got older Avengers, Dark knight, Spider Man, Guardians of the Galaxy and even Man of Steel came out and we saw what great superhero films actually look like. Needless to say, Daredevil crashed and burned in the ranking of best comic book films.
Once the CW jumped on board with the metahuman frenzy, Arrow, Gotham, Flash arrived and were incredible. It's safe to say that both are at the level of entertainment of Smallville: Fun, light hearted, action packed, good guys always win, and tons of references to other heroes in the DC universe. Marvel arrived with Agents of Shield and Agent Carter, both were good as well(I'm much more of a DC fan, so there may be some bias).
Imagine the geek world's surprise when Netflix announced that they were going to be filming a Daredevil series. Everyone and their mother were shocked and awed. Netflix is known for House of Cards, Orange is the new Black, Hemlock Grove, Marco Polo and so many more spectacular shows. But could they handle doing a super hero show? A lot of their originals deal mainly with real life scenarios, realistic people who have down to earth issues like betraying people to rise in power, survive prison after living a very privileged life, become the adviser for a great and powerful Khan, find evil and defeat it using werewolf powers...oh...well never mind, it seems they are amazing at doing fantastic stories. Yes! I believe that Netflix does have what it takes to make this show great!